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English definition of “lined”

lined

adjective uk   /laɪnd/ us  

lined adjective (PAPER)

(of paper) having lines printed across it : lined paper

lined adjective (SKIN)

(of the skin on the face) having lines because of age: His face was heavily lined.

lined adjective (CLOTHES)

If a piece of clothing is lined, it has an extra layer of thin material sewn inside it: a lined skirt
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